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Salvatore “Sal” Ferro is a successful small businessowner who knows what it takes to manage a business, balance the books, and create new jobs. Sal is running for a position on the Huntington Town Board to bring his private sector business experience to Town Hall to improve the quality of life of residents.

The Chief Executive Officer of Alure Home Improvements, Sal transformed a small family-run painting business into one of the largest and most successful remodeling companies in the nation. He was featured on ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition where he helped renovate houses for deserving families. Sal’s good reputation is built on delivering a hard day’s work for an honest day’s pay. As an employer, he ensures that each person on his workforce is motivated to deliver quality services and empowered to develop strategies to keep costs down for clients. Town of Huntington residents would greatly benefit from his approach to delivering quality services and excellent customer service.

As a Huntington Town Councilman, Sal will work tirelessly to hold the line on property taxes, streamline services to better serve residents, implement real structural reforms, and protect the Town’s suburban charm. Sal believes that we can improve local parks, replace vacant zombie houses with new homes for families, and better work with law enforcement to address specific community concerns that impact our neighborhoods. He is committed to working with community stakeholders to strengthen our shoreline and improve our environment. Sal knows we can do better!

Sal believes that as a successful business owner, he has a moral obligation to give back to the very community that he serves through charitable endeavors, and much of what he does revolves around inspiring others to do the same. That is why Sal was named Long Island’s Most Philanthropic Person by Long Island Press and was presented a Humanitarian Award for Community Service by the Long Island Association. In 2017, Sal and his family created and funded a charitable foundation to help low-income veterans and senior citizens make critical improvements to their homes. The foundation also provides scholarships for disadvantaged Long Island college-bound students. Sal has also raised thousands of dollars in charitable funds for non-profit organizations, including Huntington Hospital, The Townwide Fund of Huntington, The Farmingdale College Foundation, The Clark Gillies Foundation, and the Detectives Association.

A graduate of SUNY Farmingdale, Sal earned a degree in Business Administration. Sal currently serves as a board member on the Town of Huntington Zoning Board of Appeals. He is a member of the Long Island Builders Institute, Long Island Board of Realtors, and serves on the Family Service League. Throughout his years in business, Sal earned the Owens Corning “Panther Award” for outstanding service and an award for “Excellence in Customer Service”. Long Island Business News presented Sal with an Outstanding CEO Award and his company was named one of the Newsday’s 2019 Top Workplaces on Long Island. Sal resides in Commack with his wife, Molly, their six children and two dogs.

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